Nominate Young People Advancing Justice, Inclusion, Sustainability - for CPGC MLK Award
A line of police stands in front of a platform from which Dr. Martin Luther King speaks during a mass meeting in front of Girard College in Philadelphia on Aug. 4, 1965. Dr. King said the wall surrounding the school was a symbol of evil and called for continued efforts to integrate the school. (AP Photo via WHYY article)
Advance justice work in an inclusive manner, growing recognition of shared human dignity and/or ecological and human interdependence in alignment with the robust work and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Preference will be given to nominees who advance such work from the Greater Philadelphia Region and/or neighboring states, particularly the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. However, exceptional nominees will be considered from any area.
Award recipients will be expected to deliver a talk or workshop at Haverford College during January 2024. Travel costs will be covered by Haverford. Nominees do not need to be Haverford College students. Complete nominations by using this form.
Questions can be directed to the CPGC Staff at hc-cpgc [at] haverford.edu